Ever since the good old days, I've run my business with a text editor and a word processor. I'm always copying / moving data back and forth. I was wondering whether anyone has ever written / printed a letter with just a text editor that has some basic fonts for the letterhead; automatic page numbering for subsequent pages in the headers section; and perhaps a nifty script font for the signature line. The only thing that comes to my mind is a webpage, but that involves a web browser to ultimately print. Any thoughts on how one might use Sublime Text to write a business letter (without using a web browser)?
COMPANY NAME [centered with a fancy font]
Contact Information [centered with a fancy font]
Date of Letter
Contact Info of Recipient
Re: Writing a letter with Sublime Text 2.
Dear Sir / Madam:
This correspondence shall serve to memorialize our telephone conversation on . . . .
____________ [Page Break -- 8.5" x 11" letter size]
Page X of Y
Thank you for your attention to this matter.
[Author of the Letter -- in script font that resembles a signature.]
Name of Author
cc: Name of Client